UK Space Agency Looks To ISS for Human Research

HOUSTON—Four British academic and industrial research institutions have been selected by the UK Space Agency to develop advanced microgravity research experiments for flight aboard the International Space Station (ISS) under a £230,000 ($304,000) U.S. funding initiative. Two of the awards will focus...

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